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have rain in the forecast for today. we're still trying to move this front to the south of us. farther south to allow dryer air to get in. it's not happening right now. right now, we have some light rain showers and drizzle over the area. just covering the metropolitan area now from the eastern shore northwestward out into carroll county, and there's more to the west in northern virginia and west virginia as well, and it's drifting in, traveling along the north edge of that front. so, yes, we still have rain in the forecast today. we'll try to salvage tomorrow. it might be a 50-50 this weekend. i'll talk about it coming up with the insta-weather. >> now to our big story, detames on the horrific massacre in aurora, colorado, continue to unfold this morning. 12 people were killed, more than 50 injured during a shooting spree at the premiere of the new batman knewee, "the dark knight rises." >> this morning, community searches for clues about how and why this massacre happened. we have team coverage this morning, and we begin with 11 news reporter jay gray. >> i got people running out of
let cool temperatures. school is not a word we will be using this week because the showers will bring in a warm front which will he tell us up. -- which will keep us up. -- heat us up. the eastern part of the city will get most of the light showers. the strongest of the rain is between st. michaels and annapolis right now. no thunder and lightning, just rain showers. nothing behind it immediately. we will talk about rain this afternoon and heat and timidity in the atmosphere. -- and humidity and the atmosphere. >> one person is dead after police test involves shooting in baltimore city early this morning. officials said when officers responded, the suspect failed to comply with police. police say they searched his pocket for -- and found a semiautomatic handgun. >> the officer encountered the suspect and the officer fired his weapon at least one time shooting a suspect and the suspect has died at the hospital. the weapon has been recovered. >> homicide is investigating. >> another police-involved shooting in baltimore county where they had no choice but to shoot a man who g
are. >> people are starting to like us and trying to do the right thing. >> in southwest baltimore, wbal tv 11 news. >> joe is hanson is a free man. -- julius hensen is a free man tonight. he spent 60 days in jail for an illegal 2010 election day robocall. he was released to be allowed to see his elderly mother. >> he saw his elderly mother this morning. he went right to the hospital. i am sure he is there now with his sister. >> he did not receive any prison time. >> in the race to the white house, candidates have returned to virginia which, until recently, was not a battleground. but now voters in virginia are a hot commodity. >> president obama is campaigning for today's in virginia. the first democrat to win in virginia in 2008 and generations. if he does it again this year, he could lose swing states like florida and ohio and still win the election. he demanded congress keep tax rates the same for everyone except the wealthy. >> mr. romney does raise with me on the spare time looking for to having a debate. if you say that you want to bring down the deficit but you're not will
to make sense of one of the worst shootings in u.s. history. police said 24-year-old james holmes kicked open the theater door, cost in smoke devices, and came in shooting. he was dressed in black, armed with an assault rifle and two blocked handguns. 10 were killed at the scene. two died later. steven burton was among the 58 injured. >> i thought there were fireworks. then i realized it was much more serious. people started screaming. >> at the moment, i started thinking knee and my kids are not going to die in here. we need to get out. all i could think was if i stand up, he will shoot. >> a few miles away, the suspect's apartment described as extensively booby trapped continues to be a focus of the investigation. with the help of a robot, officials are working on a plan to disarm what appears to the bottles, connected with wires and possibly in city eerie devices. the governor of colorado is struggling to understand why this happened. >> the country understands this is something we do not accept, we cannot explain, but we will not just let it happen to us. we will push back. >> a comm
, they're not clocking us at a temperature right now. there was one a minute ago. all of a sudden, it disappeared. the inner harbor is in the low 80's this morning the last time i looked at it which was about 10 minutes ago. we'll talk more about where the heat is going today. i don't think you're going to like it. forecast ahead. >> it could be record breaking so how that could factor into your plans this weekend is our story this morning. >> 11 news reporter sheldon dutes has more on how it's affecting major events this weekend. >> the heat has gotten so bad the city's board of estimates held an emergency meeting over the phone to extend the mayor's executive order that declared the city in a state of emergency. >> all in favor say aye. all opposed nay. the motion carries. >> the marash you'd the executive order as a result of the board's vote, the city will remain in a state of emergency for another week and will be eligible for federal money to help with recovery efforts. in the meantime, crews are braving the heat near bank stadium as they set up for this weekend's african-
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